Make your own energy balls from live video posted Friday 9th March
Click here to download the Chocolate and Coffee Energy Balls recipe


We are holding a series of winter talks on the subject of Sports Nutrition for Endurance Athletes. These talks are being presented by Victoria Prendiville and are FREE for all members  of Celtic Tri to attend. Please follow the links to register your interest in attending the talks.


Talk 1: ‘Building a strong Foundation : Nutrition for Endurance Sport’

  • Macros and Micros
  • Achieving body composition goals
  • True or False session
  • Investing in yourself
  • Q And A’s 
  • Opportunity to measure body composition/ calculate weight/ height/BMI (Subject to numbers/time)

You must be a member of Celtic Tri Triathlon Club to attend this event. Membership cards will be required at the door on the night. Thanks.


Talk 2: Carbohydrate Requirements in Training

Carbohydrate requirements in training

  • Including cho mouth rinsing
  • A food first approach 
  • Preparing your own energy bars/ drinks 
  • Sports supplements

There willl be a demo on making the energy bars /drinks but will be offering samples so will need to identify any allergies / intolerances beforehand if possible



Future talks: 



Monday 15th January 2018
Recovery Nutrition Workshop (making your own recovery shakes and planning recovery meals/snacks)

  • Why recovery is important
  • 3 steps to recovery : rehydration, refuelling and remodelling
  • Optimum fuelling strategies
  • Food first : make your own recovery drink
  • Supplements do they have a place ?
  • Q and A’s




  • Monday 12th February 2018
    Nutrition For events and Competition – the practicalities!             
    [Click here for tickets


About the speaker.

Victoria qualified with a BSc Hons in Applied Human Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Wales Institute in Cardiff in 2001 and has been practicing as a clinical Dietitian in the NHS for seventeen years. She now acts as a service lead for the Nutrition and Dietetic service leading a team of Dietitian’s across Hywel Dda University Health Board. 

Now qualified as a Sport and Exercise Performance Nutritionist, Victoria will be working with recreational up to elite level athletes. The SENR is a Sports and Exercise Nutrition Register – a quality mark for those qualified to a recognised level to work in nutrition and sport. To give you an idea – the register has many high profile performance sports performance nutritionists such as James Morten (Performance Nutritionist : Team Sky) Nigel Mitchell (Head of Nutrition British Cycling), Kevin Currell (University of Loughborough) Asker Jeukendrup (Performance Consultant)